Replacing and Merging Ingredients En Masse

Posted on September 2, 2017 by Lev

One question that occasionally gets asked is "Can I automatically switch one ingredient out for another in all of my recipes?" Well, the answer was no, but now it's yes! Read on for the scoop on this new feature. If you're a customer with lots of recipes and [particularly] duplicate ingredients, this one's especially for you!


Label Preview

Posted on August 11, 2017 by Lev

When you're building a recipe in ReciPal, the goal is usually to get an accurate nutrition label. Since all the numbers that show up on the label are coming from the recipe, we thought it might be really helpful if you could see the recipe and the label together at the same time, rather than having to switch between two pages.


Creating a Subrecipe via API

Posted on July 28, 2017 by Lev

The ReciPal API has been around for quite some time now, and subscribers can access it to programmatically create recipes, ingredients, and pull that information for their own purposes.


Attachments when Creating Custom Ingredients

Posted on July 21, 2017 by Lev

You might have seen that we created Recipe Cards recently, and one of the features of a recipe card is that you can attach a photo to the card as a reference for what your finished product looks like. Useful for kitchen staff and general recipe reference.


Ingredient List Options

Posted on June 30, 2017 by Lev

We love it when you share ideas with us for fixes and features that make your lives easier. We also like making our own lives easier, and sometimes that leads to features we want to share with you. Our ingredient list options is one of those extras that actually came about because of an internal project.


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